Project Korea aims to complete item packs and multiplayer mode from the Three Kingdoms Period to the Joseon Dynasty, at least as many items as those from the Joseon Dynasty. This is aimed at at at least using our mode to ease the burden if domestic or overseas users attempt to create a mode of our country's background or a mode of our country's emergence in future generations. Whatever may be, Development Blog #2 will look at the progress of the development so far from November 9, 2020.
Gugunbok (Military uniform 구군복)
Gugunbok is a Joseon-era military uniform.
Used as a military officer's honor guard. During the Joseon Dynasty, it was just called Gunbok(military uniforms), but at some point after Japanese colonial era, it was established as the name Gugunbok(old military uniforms). For some time, it was used to refer to a typical royal robe of Joseon, but nowadays it is used to refer to a well-equipped military outfit. In the upper picture, he wore an undergarment, a vestibule, and a vestibule with a clown and a pole around his chest.
A local government official with a military right wore a soldier who symbolizes it.
The term "Gugunbok" is a document from the 18th to 19th centuries called
《훈국등록》 "The Registered in Relation to the Duties of the Military Manpower Administration in the late Joseon Period,"
《어영청등록》A diary that records the work and events by the "Eoyoung cheong" running the Joseon Dynamic,
《훈국총요》It can be found in A Collection of Military Work Cases Recorded Up to Emperor Gojong's Era.
However, the phrase means to wear military uniforms well, and the common name at the time was military uniforms. Military uniforms of the Joseon Dynasty were called old military uniforms after the 1960s.
Our Team produced gugunbok in Bannerlord.
Thus, a gugunbok (old military uniform) set was made.
Mok boots (목화)
Mok boots are traditional Korean shoes.
The base of Mok Boots is wood, the whole part surrounding Mok Boots is covered with cloth and leather, and the seam is covered with red lines. Its shape is similar to half-length boots, so the boots are long and wide.
Mokboots is a suitable god for the northern world because its structure is intended for the continental climate, and there are many portraits of people wearing Mokboots on the murals of Goguryeo tombs.
Ordinary person HanBok (일반한복)
Hanbok refers to the traditional clothing of the Korean people. Historically, the Korean people wore their own clothes, and kings and aristocrats wore various costumes to create trends and dress differently depending on the formalities.
The colored cloth was used in different shapes according to the prohibition of clothing imposed by kings of each era, but the majority of commoners enjoyed wearing white clothes, and the basic structure of hanbok, skirts, jeogori and pants, remained unchanged for a long time.
Hanbok has several characteristics that appear as a traditional dress.
Basically, Hanbok is not tight because it values activity.
Also, if you look at the fabric itself, it is straight, but if you wear it on the body, it also shows aesthetic characteristics that help the curve revive, partly because it has no pockets.
Finally, unlike the clothes of neighboring countries such as Kimono and Hanfu, Hanbok is divided into form because the jacket and skirt, or upper and lower, are separated.
The first described gugunbok also belongs to Hanbok.
Korean Style Gambeson (Deer leather) / 녹피방령포
Originally, the hanbok, called Bangryeongpo, had been named the Korean winter clothes famous for the cold of winter before being called Bangryeongpo.
and, Bangryeongpo is made of deer skin and its clothes are long.
Red Gat(Ju-lip) / 주립
Korea has been using gat since ancient times. Mural paintings were also found in the cave. The love of Korean gat has been going on for a long time. This gat is a red gat called "Ju-lip," one of its kind. The red gat was said to have been decorated with feathers like pheasant feathers, and the official used the "Ju-lip" as a decoration, mainly during the ceremony. It is also said that the some Joseon royal guards used the "Ju-lip."
Plates and mails by General "Jeong-ji"
(a figure of the Goryeo Dynasty)
Korea's Treasure No. 336.
The armor worn by General Jeongji, who was born in 1347 (the 3rd year of King Chungmok's reign) and served as the defense minister and chief of staff until his death in 1391 (the 3rd year of King Gongyang's reign), and massacred Japanese Pirates or Regular Army during the Nanbuku-chō period in Japan who invaded the Jeolla-do area, was kept by descendants of his family.
It was preserved in 1986 and is currently donated to the Gwangju Municipal Folk Museum by the Ha Dong-jung clan association to display and manage it.
Iron helmet of Goryeo (also called Mongo-helmet)
The helmet is housed in the Korea University Museum and is also being unearthed in China and Japan. The shape of the pitch is made of eight iron plates. This type of helmet is said to have been used in the Yuan Dynasty, and this type of artifact has been found in China and Japan.
Plates and mails V2
The Plates and mails above are our team's Plates and mails, which were covered in the first issue of the Development Blog.
Our team made the V2 version by modifying the shader, re-texturing and mesh of Plates and Mail above
Second Trailer uploaded !